Top Indications of Low Testosterone in Men
If you are a man over the age of 30, you may have already started suffering from a decline in testosterone. Testosterone is responsible for more than just sexual development in men. Lower testosterone levels can affect many areas of your life, including a decreased sex drive, fatigue, slower muscle gains or even muscle loss, anxiety, weight gain and more.
Unfortunately, many men are uncomfortable discussing their symptoms with friends and so needlessly suffer alone without realizing there could be a simple, natural hormonal fix to their problems. Men also experience hormonal decline much more gradually than women do, so they are less likely to put up with symptoms they think are inevitable symptoms of aging.
If you are experiencing any of the following issues, you should make an appointment with a trusted physician to have your hormone levels checked.
- Decrease in strength and muscle gains
- Lower libido
- Sudden weight gain
- Inability to focus or keep up with friends and colleagues
- Too much belly fat
- Lack of energy or motivation
- Inability to perform in the bedroom
- Loss of athletic ability
- Depression, anxiety and insecurity
You may not realize that these symptoms could all be interrelated to a drop in your testosterone. In fact, you may feel frustrated that all of these symptoms have been creeping up on you for some time now but you cannot seem to put your finger on the exact cause. You don’t have to suffer frustration any longer.
Aging causes testosterone decline, but that doesn’t’ mean you have to resign yourself to symptoms just because you’re getting older. SDBody has helped numerous clients in San Diego recover the energy, focus, strength and sex life through carefully crafted and medically sound plans for boosting their testosterone.